We’re Having an On-Line Auction! And we need your donations… Why? Supporting the Bay Cities 99s Auction ensures that the chapter will continue to provide pilot training scholarships and to increase awareness of the 99s and the roles of women pilots in aviation today and in history. How? Send an email to Marilynn Schuyler […]
Come celebrate our 92nd birthday with us as we reflect on the last year of the Bay Cities 99s! Hors d’ oeuvres and desserts will be catered by Lorraine’s Pies of Alameda. $15/ per person donation requested to cover food cost. Guests welcome! Visit our donation page or bring cash on the day of […]
Rebecca Erb – Commercial Multi Rating! Callie Goodman – 1500 Hours! Patty Barrera – Boeing 777 Rating!
Bay Cities 2023 Scholarship Recipients Aspen Blue – The Maria D’Amato Memorial Advanced Rating Scholarship I was introduced to aviation through a local program for high schoolers, where I spent an entire summer flying and learning. Now I mentor the program and am involved in as many programs as I can that allow me to […]
Our chapter was shocked and saddened by the sudden passing of long-time member Maria D’Amato in November 2022, following a very sudden illness. In honor of her aviation accomplishments, and for her many contributions to our chapter, our annual scholarship has been renamed in her honor. With that, we are honored to now offer the […]
First Wings Awards
As a flight attendant for a commercial airline in my earlier years, I quickly developed an interest in wanting to learn how to fly planes. A dream deferred,
My love of aviation started at a young age, but it wasn’t until February of 2022 when I took the plunge and started pursuing my dreams of becoming a pilot.
Bay Cities 2022 Scholarship Recipients
Register now to take to the skies between April 15th and April 22nd in the 2021 Bay Cities 99s Fundraising Scavenger Hunt, an airborne scavenger hunt! Pay for sets of 10, 15, 20, 30, or 40 clues; find a flying buddy and get out there!
Moving Forward While SIP – – By Bharti Solanki On March 12th, I had 52.2 hours of flight time in my logbook towards my Private Pilot certificate. My CFI, Liz Young, and I were alternating between practicing emergency procedures and takeoffs and landings to get me ready to solo soon. On March 16th, the […]